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Hawks outlast Wizards down the stretch

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Hawks fend off Wall-less Wiz for win

Ramon Sessions scored 21 points in John Wall's stead, but DeMarre Carroll led the Hawks on both ends of the floor in Atlanta's 106-90 Game 2 victory. The series is now tied 1-1. Box score


Wizards draw blood, Hawks hanging on

After taking two blows to the nose, Atlanta wing Kyle Korver headed to the locker room to have a bloody nose stopped. He's back on the floor for the final minute, as the Hawks look to close out a Game 2 win.


Scott Powers @ESPNChiPowers

The Blackhawks with another kill. It’s been their best penalty-killing game of the series and possibly the playoffs.

Jesse Rogers @ESPNChiCubs

Yep. Reynolds double makes it 5-4, 2nd and third. That's 18 runs given up in the 6th in 25 games and counting...

After one: Ducks 2, Flames 1

Only 13 shots between the two teams, but three ended up in the net. Anaheim has a 2-0 edge in the series. Follow live

Zach Lowe @ZachLowe_NBA

Hawks missed a ton of open looks tonight. Wiz damn near needed Sessions to go the full 48. Otto Porter's arms are a problem.

Reds move back to .500

Marlon Byrd drove in four runs and Todd Frazier slugged his 9th homer to power the Reds to a 7-1 rout of the Pirates. Cincinnati moved to 13-13, while Pittsburgh has dropped four in a row. Box score


Shelby Miller blanks Phillies

The Braves' starter struck out eight and gave up just three hits in his third career shutout as Atlanta cruised past Philadelphia 9-0. Freddie Freeman and Kelly Johnson homered in the win.


Carpenter going the extra distance

Matt Carpenter's game-tying, three-run homer was his MLB-leading 20th extra-base hit this season. He's the first Cardinals player with 20 extra-base hits in the team's first 26 games of a season since Stan Musial in 1954. Follow live

Betts helps Red Sox snap four-game skid

Mookie Betts crushed two home runs over the Green Monster -- the first homer broke up Drew Smyly's no-hit bid -- for the game's only runs as Boston slipped past Tampa Bay 2-0.


Kansas City Royals @Royals

The home run was the first allowed by Kelvin Herrera since July 26, 2013. His 105.1 innings since that date is a club record for relievers.

Scott Burnside @ESPN_Burnside

Ryan Getzlaf/Corey Perry continue their assault on the Flames. Getzlaf steals from Brodie and Perry banks puck in. 2-1 Anaheim.

Ducks double scoring count

Corey Perry scored his sixth goal of the playoffs and third of this series. Anaheim is up 2-1 in the game and 2-0 in the series. Follow live

Hawks throwing late haymakers

Atlanta's Pero Antic hit a big 3 then drew a foul on Marcin Gortat, his sixth, and the Hawks have surged to a double-digit lead late in the fourth quarter. Follow live


Michael Wallace @WallaceNBA_ESPN

Steve Kerr joined Pat Riley as 2 of 5 coaches to win first 5 career playoff games (D'Antoni, Sharman, Kundla). Riley won first 9 w/Lakers